Achieving Optimal Brain Function
What If You Could Improve Or Eliminate Chronic Neurological Conditions Just By Watching A Movie Or Listening To Music?
Neurofeedback is a computer based therapy that monitors and corrects unhealthy brainwaves while the user is engaged with a movie or music. Unlike drugs that only mask symptoms, neurofeedback results can often be permanent. The process is safe, non-invasive, enjoyable and has decades of qualified research.
Neurofeedback does not target any specific condition. Instead it corrects brainwaves and changes timing and activation patterns in the brain. The result is better brain function, which can improve or eliminate most neurological conditions. It could be the most important new tool for mental and neurological health available today.
The Neurofeedback Process
During a session, patients are connected to a computer using sensors. These sensors are noninvasive, no electrical current is put into the brain. The sensors only monitor brainwaves.
For the next 30 minutes, you either watch a movie, listen to music or listen to an audio book. When the computer detects irregular brainwaves, it will fade the video and sound. This will cause the patient to refocus their attention back on the movie or music until it returns to normal. This can happen hundreds of times during a single session. Eventually after multiple sessions, the brain starts to learn to stay in the healthy ranges on it’s own. as that happens the patient will see a reduction in their symptoms.
Neurofeedback does not directly target conditions and symptoms: it corrects irregular brainwaves and modifies timing patterns in the brain. The best part, results are often permanent.
Conditions Clinically Responsive To Neurofeedback:
ADHD, Autism & Learning Issues
Anxiety, Depression & PTSD
Concussions & Brain Injuries
Insomnia & Sleep Disorders
Chronic Pain & Fatigue
Memory Loss & Dementia
Stroke & Seizures
The Benefits of Neurofeedback
Why Does It Work So Well?
Research shows that people who suffer from neurological issues have irregular brainwaves. A person with ADD will have slower Beta brainwaves, which are responsible for attention and focus.
Training the brain can change these brainwaves over time, speeding them up or slowing them down where needed. Neurofeedback can improve alertness, attention, emotional regulation, behavior, cognitive function, and mental flexibility. When brainwaves are running at the right speed, users will often see a reduction in symptoms.
Results are often permanent, which may allow someone to eliminate medications completely. Where medications only manage the symptoms, the goal of neurofeedback is to address the underlying cause and restore normal brainwave function.
Why We Offer Neurofeedback
Many patients come to us after seeing their primary care physician, who only offered drugs for their symptoms. But drugs do not work well on neurological problems. That’s because the root cause often lies in the brain.
These people who come to us have tried many other methods and are fed up. The best part is that our system eliminates the guesswork and provides an accurate snapshot of brain issues. Then we can target those problem areas using neurofeedback.
Once we show a patient their brain map and they can visually see just what is wrong, they become very excited about the possibilities for permanent relief.
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